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Cause and Affect

What type of things are you causing?
What type of people are you affecting? 
Most people are leaders.

Did you know that?

There are many different reasons. Some people are leaders by default due to their birth order. Some are leaders, because they've been "forced" into the position, maybe due to someone who isn't able to serve in the position anymore. Or maybe it's for some other reason. 

But here's the question: what type of leader are you

What do you cause and who do you affect? 

If the answers to those questions are that you’re causing great things and great people to reach higher, then leadership suits you. If not, I'm sorry to say, the position should go to somebody more worthy of it. 

Great leadership ain't for punks. 

Great leadership is for the unselfish, wise, inconvenient, lonely at times, and involved servant-type people. Great leadership is about those who are willing and able to put others first. I'm talking about leadership that causes things and people to move and such causation effecting positive change. This is what great leadership is about -- people influencing people and people impacting people.

So I say again, most people are leaders. They just don't know it or don't want to know it. Leadership is not a game. 

I'll stop right here.

Just think about all that. 

This link profiles 7 biblical figures who were leaders. 

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